423 Main St.
Windsor, Colo. 80550
Name and location
When was it founded and by whom?
Windsor Now is a product of Greeley Publishing Company. It replaced the Windsor Tribune on July 4, 2007. It was born from the desire of Greeley Publishing Company to hive Windsor and Severance Readers the hyper local newspaper they requested for several years.
What is the history of the ownership?
August 2002: First edition of Windsor Tribune, published by the Greeley Tribune, Rolled off the presses
January 2006: Tom Fasano Takes over as editor
December 2006: David Thiemann is named publisher
July 2007: Windsor Tribune ceases. In its place, Windsor Now launches.
Frequency of publication
Windsor Now Publishes on Sundays.
Total region served and anything of special interest about the area:
We cover all of the Windsor and Severance area from Weld County Road 27 and Colo. 392 on the east to Interstate 25 on the west and Colo. 14 on the north to U.S. Hwy 34 on the south.
Anything of special interest about the newspaper?
Windsor Now was created after several years of hearing from our readers that they wanted a newspaper that was all about and only about Windsor and Severance. It is distributed on the driveway to more than 8,200 homes in the area for free and is available in newsstands for free around the area. The paper focuses on local happenings and sports around the area including the Larimer County Fair Grounds and the Budweiser Events Center.